We’re in Full Patrol Mode, people! The DVD Patrol is on board for our busiest time of year. That’s right! The Toddster’s favorite time of year is now upon us and the summer movie season has arrived. Not only do we have new DVDs this week. We also have not 1, not 2, but 3 movies from the theater to tell you about. It’s been a pretty busy one for us but let’s get right to it and see what you think.
New on DVD
No Strings Attached - Friendship has a knack of changing over the years. For Adam (Ashton Kutcher) and Emma (Natalie Portman), the years have a funny effect on them. They first met at summer camp and Adam was interested in her. Emma quickly took him down a peg. As time went on, they pursued their own relationships with other people but as fate would have it, they found each other together. Emma wanted to try something different to have all the benefits of being together without all the headaches that they bring. Adam decides he likes the idea and wants to give it a try. The longer they go on this way, they start to develop actual feelings for one another. Will they finally realize that they are the right fit for one another? Portman is about to become a new mom but is currently in the new movie “Thor.”
New in Theaters
Scream 4 - History always a way of repeating itself – something Sydney Prescott (Neve Campbell) knows only too well. Being the target of a killer using a ghost face costume and an obsession with movies multiple times, a person gets to become pretty tough and develops a pretty thick skin. Ten years have gone by and life has calmed for Sydney. Writing a book about her experiences has helped her cope with the crazy events of her life and she returns to her hometown to launch the new book. Dewey (David Arquette) and his wife Gail (Courtney Cox) have also settled into life as a married couple. Life starts to turn upside down again when a new Ghost Face killer comes into the picture and begins to stalk Sydney using her cousin Jill (Emma Roberts) and her friends as targets. Can Sydney find out who is doing the killings and why?